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O’Shaquie Foster vs. Eduardo Hernández Betting Odds and Free Pick

Last Updated on October 25, 2023 2:55 pm by Erwin Noguera

The World Boxing Council (WBC) has designated Cancun, Mexico, as the venue for the fight for the super featherweight world title held by the American O’Shaquie Foster.

The American has held the belt since February of this year and his opponent will be a Mexican, Eduardo Hernández, who has been at a superlative level in his last fights.

‘Rocky’ Hernandez is only 25 years old and although he has one loss in his career, he has a KO streak that made him worthy of a fight against Foster in his homeland, which could be an advantage or an extra pressure. 

In addition, the Mexican will be able to collect a national revenge, since the American won his title by defeating Rey Vargas in a tight fight, who was undefeated until that bout took place in San Antonio, Texas.

The organization has already indicated that a full house is expected for the fight, since it has been considered a “milestone”, according to organizer Pepe Gomez, from Cancun Boxing.


Saturday, October 28 at 9:00 pm ET at the Polideportivo Benito Juárez, Cancún, México

Ring Walks:

11:00 PM ET

Moneyline odds: 

O’Shaquie Foster -185

Eduardo Hernández +143

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Why bet on O’Shaquie Foster?

O’Shaquie Foster is 30 years old and when he got the big opportunity of his career, he didn’t waste it. In February he became super featherweight champion, defeating Mexican Rey Vargas at home by unanimous decision. 

Against Eduardo Hernandez, he will have the chance to make his first defense, since he hasn’t fought since February when he won the belt.

The American has 10 fights without losing, what’s more, the last defeat he recorded was on July 22, 2016, when he was defeated by John McKaie. The other fighter who beat him was Samuel Teah by unanimous decision in 2015.

Foster has not lost for seven years, making use of his nickname, ‘Ice Water’, which he earned for his smart way of fighting, waiting for his moment to destroy his opponent.

His height is 1.74 meters, while his reach is at 1.83 meters.

Why bet on Eduardo Hernández?

Eduardo Hernández is one of the young Mexicans who aspire to everything and his record of 34 wins and one loss makes him a fighter to follow in the world order of this sport.

The Mexico City native has won six consecutive fights by knockout, including his last one against compatriot Hector Garcia, which ended in the third round in Monterrey.

He also defeated Mexicans Jorge Mata, Jorge Castañeda, Eleazar Valenzuela, Eduardo Garza, and Sergio Puente by knockout. He already holds the international super featherweight belt, which he won in June 2022.

The only time he lost was on July 13, 2017, when he could not get up before the judge’s count in the first round, after Roger Gutierrez’s punches.

A fact to keep in mind with the Mexican is that he has 91% of victories by KO, he is 1.69 meters tall and his reach is 1.73 meters.

Final Betting Analysis – O’Shaquie Foster vs. Eduardo Hernández

Mexico is ready to receive one of the good fights that remain at the end of 2023 and although Eduardo Hernandez will have his people, the one who will end up taking the fight is the American O’Shaquie Foster, taking advantage of his experience and his way of fighting, defensive and responsive, is perfect for his opponent.

At we find that O’Shaquie Foster is the favorite of the match with a Moneyline of -185, while Eduardo Hernandez has +143.

If the American is capable of scaping the heaviest shots of his opponent, he will cruise up to a unanimous decision victory.

Go for a straight win for O’Shaquie Foster in the Moneyline. If you bet $100 on the win at -185, you will gain $54 for a total payout of $154.

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